Card Set Information
EMT numbers to remember
If ventilating using a BVM with supplemental oxygen, give ___-___ mL per ventilation or __-__ mL/kg.
If ventilating using a BVM without supplemental oxygen, give ___-___ mL per ventilation or __ mL/kg.
What size fitting should a BVM be equipped?
What flow rate of oxygen must a BVM accept?
A flow-restricted O2 powered ventilator must provide a peak of 100 percent oxygen at up to __ L/min.
A flow-restricted O2 powered ventilator must have a __ cm (H2O) pressure release valve.
Suction no longer than __ seconds at a time in an adult, __ seconds in a child, and ____ seconds in an infant.
15, 10, 5
A suction device must maintain a vacuum of ___ mL when clamped.
Oxygen flow rate and percent oxygen for a nasal cannula:
1 - 6 L/min
24 - 44%
Oxygen flow rate and percent oxygen for a simple face mask:
8 - 15 L/min
35 - 60%
Oxygen flow rate and percent oxygen for a non-rebreather mask:
10 - 15 L/min
up to 90 - 95%
Oxygen flow rate and percent oxygen for mouth-to-mask:
Oxygen flow rate and percent oxygen for BVM with reservoir:
90 - 100%
Infant BVM bag volume:
150 - 240 mL
Pediatric BVM bag volume:
500 - 700 mL
Adult BVM bag volume:
1200 - 1600 mL
Normal respiratory range for people >8 years old:
12 - 20
Normal respiratory range for children 1 - 8 years old:
15 - 30
Normal respiratory range for infants (1 - 12 months):
25 - 50
Normal respiratory range for neonates (<1 month):
40 - 60
What is the suction setting for an adult?
80 - 120 mmHg
What is the suction setting for pediatric and elderly patients?
50 - 100 mmHg
Ventilation rate for an adult:
10 - 12/minute (one breath every 5 - 6 seconds)
Ventilation rate for a child:
12 - 20/minute (one breath every 3 - 5 seconds)
Ventilation rate for an infant:
20 - 30/minute
Ventilation rate for a neonate:
30 - 60/minute
How long do you assess breathing and pulse in an unresponsive person?
5 - 10 seconds
How many back slaps / chest thrusts in an infant with an airway obstruction?
How far do you compress the chest of an infant?
one-third to one-half of the chest diameter
What is the flow rate setting for adults being administered blow-by oxygen?
10 - 15 L/min
What is the flow rate setting for infants/children being administered blow-by oxygen?
6 - 10 L/min
What is the flow rate setting for neonates being administered blow-by oxygen?
What percent oxygen is provided via blow-by oxygen at a flow rate of 10 L/min?
30 - 40%
What is the depth for chest compressions on an adult?
at least 2 inches
What is the rate of chest compressions for an adult?
What is the compression to breathing ratio for an adult?
How many cycles of CPR are needed before switching?
How long should 5 cycles of CPR take?
How long should switching duties take during CPR?
less than 5 seconds
What is the ventilation rate for an adult or child with an advanced airway?
8 - 10 breaths/min (one breath every 6 - 8 seconds)
What is the compression to breathing ratio for one-rescuer CPR on a child?
What is the compression to breathing ratio for two-rescuer CPR on a child?
Normal systolic BP for newborns:
50 - 70
Normal systolic BP for infants:
80 - 100
Normal systolic BP for a child:
80 - 110
Normal systolic BP an adult:
Normal Pulse Range Adult:
Normal Pulse Range School Age Child (6-10):
Normal Pulse Range Preschool Child (3-5):
Normal Pulse Range Toddler (1-3):
Normal Pulse Range Infant (6-12 mos)
Normal Pulse Range Infant (1-5 mos):
Normal Pulse Range Newborn: